Girly Show

Girly Show

July 2019
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GirlyShow: what we sacrifice for the dream of love, is a feel good show with heart, soul and disco-ball sparkle. Trio De Femmes’ anarchic concoction of dance, song, storytelling and clowning, generate a dynamic narrative on modern life and loving in the #MeToo era; sharing shadows, secrets and real life experiences growing up in an unpredictable and complex age.

Lela (Wise child ingenue), Kanwegonow (teenage dirtbag) and Noname (gender clown), welcome YOU and your own unique weirdness into an all-inclusive Trio De Femmes Playhouse!

Original songs include the Lori Anderson influenced ‘If I woulda been a boy’,  disco anthem, ‘I’m too much’ and singalong finale ‘You make me happy’.

Duration: 1 hour with no interval

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Trio De Femmes 

Age guideline 18+

  • Trio De Femmes’ Girly Show feels like…a fantasy night out with your wildest, silliest Best Friend Ever!
       
    Audience Member
  • A sweet semi-burlesque feminist performance with comedy and drama.
       
    Seattle Erotic Art Festival

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